10 School Memories We Can Never Forget

10 School Memories We Can Never Forget

School days was the best time we all had and no matter how much we crib about it initially, once the school is over we all miss it direly. Here are 10 school memories we all miss.

Uniform Checking: Every morning the monitor was assigned the duty to check the prim and proper uniform for all and it used to be the deadliest time for all the students. Wearing polished shoes, right belt, uniform socks and even pinning your hair right. Everything was a must.
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Early Morning Prayers: Every morning the entire school udes to gather out in the assembly to sing prayers and all the 12 years of our school lives, we have all sung the exact same prayer every day.
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PT Periods: This was the best period for every child and everyone used to cry for it. PT Period meant fun and games and bonding and teams and cheer leading. Basically everything perfect!
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Homework: The most hateful thing in our school days was the homework that we used to get and cry about it since more homework meant less play time and TV time.
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Report Card Signing: The most dreaded day every year used to be Parent-Teacher meeting. Even if we could escape the PTM, we could not get out of having our parents sign our report card. It killed us every time that day came.
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Having Crush on a Senior: Be it any girl or guy, agree to it that you have had the hugest crush of your lives on one of the school seniors and dreamt of living with them and spending rest of your life in their arms.
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Birthday Toffees: Birthdays were perfect in every since. We get to wear casual clothes and distribute toffees and our best friend always gets 2 coffees. And those birthday bombs were love! <3
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School Picnics: School did this supremely uber cool thing when they arranged for a picnic for all to some crazy place and it used to be the happiest day of every student’s life.
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Sharing Lunch: Sharing each others lunch as we sit in groups during the recess had every reason for us to every day go to school.
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Scribbling on last page of every notebook: There always used to be one register we all had which only had some random thing scribbled behind it. Starting from FLAMES to Zero-Kaata, this page was what we all did the entire time the teachers kept on blabbering.

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